Recently, we completed the first two installments of AFPF Academy in Waukesha and Sheboygan. The topic was Economic Freedom and how it affects our everyday lives. Below are some of the materials that were presented at the Academy for you to review and learn from. Our Academy series will be coming to a town near [...]
Sign the petition today to stop the Milwaukee Streetcar and give the taxpayers of Wisconsin a voice! Visit our petition at www.AStreetcarNamedDisaster.com today and have your voice heard.
According to an economic impact study from NorthStar Economics, once permitted the mine is projected to create over 3,000 jobs paying an average wage of $80,000 (including benefits) in the construction phase of the mining project. Once the mine is operational, to run at peak capacity more than 5,000 workers will be hired.
The Wisconsin State Assembly and Senate are currently debating an important education reform bill to give parents with special needs children more control of their childs education.
Special Needs Scholarship programs have proven to be very successful in increasing positive outcomes for special needs students in other states. In fact, similar programs are in place in seven states with several others, including Wisconsin, moving to enact a special needs scholarship program to increase quality, improve access, and achieve greater accountability in our educational system for special needs students and their families.
Subject: ICYMI: Appleton Post-Crescent: Insurance changes to offset budget deficit for Kimberly schools
Officials say savings from health insurance changes for employees in the Kimberly Area School District will offset a projected $1.1 million budget deficit next year.
The Board of Education unanimously approved changes Monday that include introduction of a high-deductible health insurance plan. Employees also will be given three other costlier insurance options Gary Kvasnica, business service director for the school district, said the change "is a win-win all the way around."